Joelle

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My So-Called (Millennial) Entitlement

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86 days ago

What Would a World Designed by Women Look Like?

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98 days ago

On Wanting To Become Someone Different, And Actually Becoming Her

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Joelle

98 days ago

How Sincere Is “The Bachelor”?

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Joelle

98 days ago

The revolution will wear a dashiki

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Joelle

98 days ago

Class Anxiety: When You Live a Different Life From Your Parents

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118 days ago

A single woman’s guide to nesting

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172 days ago

Kelela Is Ready For You Now

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172 days ago

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I'm Not Ready To Leave Queer Never-Never Land

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172 days ago

Immaterial Girls — Real Life

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172 days ago

On the Design of Women’s Spaces

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203 days ago

The Theory of Visitors

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225 days ago

Smooth Talk — Real Life

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226 days ago

A Busy Woman

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226 days ago

Under the Banner of New York

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229 days ago

The Unexpected Power of Google-Doc Activism

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229 days ago

The Center for Sensibility: Towards Critical Graphic Design Practice

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282 days ago

Leaning in to Social Unrest in the Workplace

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377 days ago

What to Do When You Don’t Have a Dream

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420 days ago

Beyond Voiceover: ‘Big Little Lies’ & Female Interiority on TV

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425 days ago

After Her Sugar Sphinx, Kara Walker Is a Whole Different Kind of Public Figure

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425 days ago

5 Thoughts On Being Alone, In No Particular Order

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Joelle

428 days ago

Follow Your Arrow: Graphic Designer Soof Andry on Punk-Rock Freelancing

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Joelle

428 days ago

What Each Audrey on Big Little Lies Says About the Character

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428 days ago

Why Are So Many Makeup Companies Treating Women Like Children?

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483 days ago

Exit Interview: I Was a Black, Female Thru-Hiker on the Appalachian Trail

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Joelle

505 days ago

Mitski on learning how things work

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Joelle

526 days ago

Explaining My Multiracial Identity (So Others Don’t Do It For Me)

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526 days ago

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One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

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526 days ago

The Work of Design in the Age of Cultural Simulation, or, Decoloniality as Empty Signifier in Design

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Joelle

536 days ago

Women and Other Art Objects

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538 days ago

Inside the Gentrification of Grand Central Market

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548 days ago

Bad Housekeeping

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549 days ago

Claudia for life

The Feminist Legacy of the Baby-Sitters Club

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557 days ago

Weighing the Symbolic Value of the Safety Pin

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575 days ago

Don’t Be A Hero

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579 days ago

50 Blogs and Books and Podcasts That Inspire Queer Entrepreneurs

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Joelle

579 days ago

Work hard, be nice to people and have rich parents: addressing privilege in the creative industry

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579 days ago

A Queer Beauty Writer on the Sexual Politics of Hair

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Joelle

595 days ago

On Coupling: An Inventory

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Joelle

601 days ago

How Queerness Erased Bisexuality

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Joelle

601 days ago

How weed became a white girl thing

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604 days ago

9 People Who Grew Up Poor On The Thing They Feel Most Guilty Spending On

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Joelle

604 days ago

"Self-Care" Does Not Mean "Being An Adult Toddler"

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Joelle

604 days ago

"Self-Care" Does Not Mean "Being An Adult Toddler"

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Joelle

614 days ago

What's Behind the Padma Lakshmi We Think We Know?

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Joelle

624 days ago

But it’s made me wonder: When a subculture identifies deeply with a historical heyday in which women and minorities had little place, does some of that baggage seep into modern iterations, disguised as simple aesthetics?

‘The line is crossed, and it’s crossed daily’: The struggles of female bartenders

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Joelle

624 days ago

Sep 22 Why Artists and Collectives Of Color Need To Start Demanding Magazines To Pay Us For Giving Interviews

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624 days ago

Social Media Got You Down? Be More Like Beyoncé

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